Ventôse

[vahn-tohz]

Origin of Ventôse

< French < Latin ventōsus; see ventose
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British Dictionary definitions for ventôse

Ventôse

noun
  1. the windy month: the sixth month of the French Revolutionary calendar, extending from Feb 20 to Mar 21

Word Origin for Ventôse

C18: from Latin ventōsus full of wind, from ventus wind
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